Open House and Silent Auction of Sabin-Schellenberg student work

The Joinery is partnering with students enrolled in the Architecture and Design program at Sabin-Schellenberg, a professional technical high school serving the North Clackamas school district, to showcase and auction their innovative creations made from scrap lumber donated by The Joinery. Students will use industry leading 3D modeling software and digital manufacturing equipment to convert scrap wood into consumer products such as puzzles, lamps, and artwork.

Design Week Student Work

Please join us to see the pieces in person and take part in the silent auction during our Open House Event on April 20th. Students, parents, and teachers will be on hand to talk about the process and projects. All proceeds will go to the Architecture and Design department of the Sabin-Schellenberg High school. Click here to RSVP for the open house. Below are some photos of the student process and just a small sample of student projects that will be auctioned.

Scrap Wood turned into student projects

Process of turning scrap wood into products

Student Silent Auction pieces Portland Map

Student Silent Auction Connect Four

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